The Australian startup Albacore has come with a slap in the face application idea to mock the infamous Satoshi Nakamoto claimant Craig Wright. The web-based application allows user to sign the Bitcoin genesis block in a fashion similar to Wright’s effort to prove he is the Satoshi Nakamoto.
On their web application page, the startup has paid their tribute to experts Greg Maxwell and Pieter Wuille who helped the two developers behind the startup understand that the genesis block code address can be verified through fake means however the text key for the hash is not available which would be the real answer. Since the document is deemed a private sensitive key, the claimants are never expected to show the key to the world to validate their claim.
The startup also links to their medium post describing their learning process to fake a signature. The forgery is performed by breaking the ECDSA verification operation and executing it in a nonstandard way thus creating a cyber illusion which is actually worthless when cross verified properly.
The startup is mocking Craig Wright over various count on incompetence throughout his claims and the fact that the real Satoshi Nakamoto is supposedly a genius programmer in the programming language C++. The startup is gaining quick buzz in the social media and crypto sphere buzz.